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Source: Buffalo Evening News
Source type: newspaper
Document type: article
Document title: “Will Work for M’Kinley Arch”
Author(s): anonymous
City of publication: Buffalo, New York
Date of publication: 31 October 1901
Volume number: 43
Issue number: 18
Pagination: 7

“Will Work for M’Kinley Arch.” Buffalo Evening News 31 Oct. 1901 v43n18: p. 7.
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Helen Gould; William McKinley National Memorial Arch Association.
Named persons
Helen Gould; Henry B. F. Macfarland [misspelled two different ways below; third initial wrong below].


Will Work for M’Kinley Arch


Miss Helen Gould Is Asked to Head the Women’s Committee.

     WASHINGTON, Oct. 31.—Commissioner H. B. K. McFarland, president of the McKinley National Memorial Arch Association, has received a letter from Miss Helen Gould, in which she accepts an appointment as one of the vice-presidents of the association, and expresses her willingness to undertake any duties the association may see fit to call upon her to perform.
     The letter from Miss Gould has been laid before the executive committee, and the members feel very much encouraged by the offer of Miss Gould, and believe that she can render very substantial aid in the work of raising funds to build the arch.
     The letter from Miss Gould brought out a suggestion from President MacFarland that a woman’s committee be appointed to work in conjunction with the national association, with Miss Gould as chairwoman. The suggestion was favorably received, and at the next meeting of the executive committee the matter will be taken up formally, and Miss Gould will be asked to accept the place as head of this committee and be in charge of the work for the arch among the women of the country.



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